Lounge Music is not at all as simple as you might have thought. From the 90s, the picturesque melodies of Lounge Music have not only stood for leisure, romance and fashion, but also for taste and life style. It changes through time, mixing from Chillout, Nu-Jazz, and Down-Tempo to Rock Hip-Hop and Folk. Now, Lounge music has transformed into something unimaginable and mind-blowing. Finest Lounge Tunes, capturing the refreshing feeling of Lounge Music, brought you to the charming world of modern Lounge. CD1 includes Carnies by Martina Topley-Bird, who once featured Massive Attack and Tricky, Beautiful World by the Canadian dual, Lola Dutronic in modern Serge-Gainsbourg-like Electronic style, Always on the Run by Admiral Freebee with the taste of Country and Blues, and Radiohead's classic songs, High and Dry, rendered by Jamie Cullum. CD2 includes The Keeper by Bonobo, who mix it with Down-Tempo/Trip Hop and Electronic Soul, Hip-Hop Funk new composition, Running from the Thoughts by Dub Pistols, who release several number of remixed tracks from Moby and Ian Brown, Without me, a House piece by Tevo Howard and Tracey Thorn, the lead singer of Everything but the Girl, Spinnin', a Hip-Hop song as beautiful as the works of The Streets by Debelle, who won the Mercury Prize over Kasabian and La Roux, and Riempimi Di Baci, a Bossa Nova rendition by Bebo Best & the Super Lounge Orchestra, whose works were included in the classic Lounge album, Buddha Bar X. Of course, the three who bear the name of Lounge, Morcheeba, Club des Belugas and Thievery Corporation, are also on the list. 30 songs, a feast for ears, broaden your horizon on Lounge Music.